Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC), managed by N.C.C. Management & Development Co., Ltd., is Thailand’s first purpose-built, world-class exhibition and convention center. With floor space of 65,000 sq m, QSNCC’s layout emphasizes a traditional Thai structure, yet boasts a full range of equipment and facilities. QSNCC and its highly functional facilities can comfortably accommodate up to 6,000 people theater-style in the Plenary Hall, which can be divided into 3 sound-proofed sections of approximately 1,500 sq m each. The Ballroom and reception areas are suitable for such functions as a spectacular grand opening ceremony, gala reception and banquet. Gross exhibition area is in excess of 20,000 sq m
QSNCC is located in the heart of Bangkok’s vibrant business district and surrounded by luxurious 3-5-star hotels. It is conveniently accessible by BTS Skytrain, MRT Subway, taxi, bus and car, and just a 45-minute drive from Suvarnabhumi Airport. QSNCC's MRT Subway station offers mass transit connectivity to the Airport Rail Link as well as to hotels, world-class shopping centers and many city attractions.
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BTS & MRT Map
There are many transportation means to get you around the city, making any trip convenient and enjoyable. Most of public transportations provide are inexpensive such as Tuk-Tuk, taxi, BTS skytain, MRT underground, etc.
This BTS sky train has been designed to help you discover all the interesting sites and activities around Bangkok. It is a cheap, smooth, cool, clean and fast, it operates from 06.00 – 24.00 every day. The train is pretty full during peak hours 07.00 – 09.00 and 16.00 – 19.00 as the BTS has become a primary means of transport for people living and working in downtown Bangkok. For more information about the routes and fares, please visit www.bts.co.th
Fast and efficient, the Mass Rapid Transit network (MRT) serves 18 stations and stretches for 20 km. in horseshoe shape from Hua Lumphong in the South (near Chinatown) to Bang Sue in the North. Trains arrive every 5-7 minutes, and connect to the BTS sky train at Sukhumvit and Silom stations. For more information about the routes and fares, please visit www.bangkokmetro.co.th
|Airport Rail Link
Airport Rail Link connects Suvarnabhumi Airport with downtown Bangkok. The train ride only takes 15-30 minutes from the airport. The Airport Rail Link station in Phaya Thai is connected to the BTS, while the station in Makassan is just walking distance from the MRT. The train service runs from 06.00 to midnight. For more information please visit www.srtet.co.th/en/index.html
The open-air three wheels or Tuk-Tuk is popular among foreigners for short trip around the city, although they are most of the time more expensive than taxi. Expect to pay 40 Baht and upwards for a short journey, unless you are a good bargainer.
With radio and meter, air-conditioned taxi is cheap, plentiful and comfortable. Those with red light in front are vacant and stop for you instantly. The fare is from 35 Baht for the first 3 kilometers and the rate rises at 2 Baht increments